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Hey everyone. How's your world?  The Conversion Checklist went over well, and I was thinking about wh

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June 9 · Issue #64 · View online
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Hey everyone. How’s your world? 
The Conversion Checklist went over well, and I was thinking about what else I should write about conversion rate optimization, and I decided to write Weekly Conversion Hacks. No cost at all, just a quick-to-implement technique that should help increase your website’s conversion. It’s scheduled to launch next month, so get on the list now if you’re interested so that you don’t miss a single conversion hack.

Free tool tip
Open source rank checker for SEO | serposcope
Feedback tip
Add live chat to your website and you’ll learn what confuses visitors, because if you’re available, they’ll ask you about your site when they’re confused. Treat it like feedback and learn how to improve your site. Also, if they keep asking the same questions about your service, you’ll learn what you need to add to your copy to answer those repeat questions.
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Crisp | The Best Live Chat and Customer Support for your Website
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Articles for this week
How to Use Google’s Crawl Budget to Boost Your Site’s SEO
The Rise of the Weaponized AI Propaganda Machine – Scout: Science Fiction + Journalism – Medium
Eye-Popping Startup Guide: 7 fails → The “No Fail” approach → success in a week
7 Retargeting Case Studies That’ll Boost Your Current Campaigns
What I learned growing an 8 figure business |
That's it for this issue
See you next week! 
A friend posted on Facebook about how to prevent burnout. I suggested he go for a hike. I went out in the woods this morning and hiked a quick three miles while listening to podcasts. I felt refreshed, and eager to get back to work. It’s not for everyone, but disconnecting and getting out among trees and in nature helps prevent burnout for a lot of founders. 
What do you do to prevent burnout? 
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